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Internet Talk Radio

Internet Multicasting Service

The Internet Multicasting Service was the Internet's first radio station. With headquarters in the National Press Building and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit station operated from 1993-1995.

Known as Internet Talk Radio (“The Flame of the Internet!”), Internet Multicasting provided live streams from the floor of the House and Senate, streamed National Press Club Luncheons, was a member of the Public Radio Satellite System, created original programming, and broadcast numerous live events.

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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 1 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. Adapt or Die. Versatile actor Arryl P. Masters in a featured clip from from his audition as narrator for one of those wildlife shows. 2.2 Seconds. Danger! Danger! Logana's warning (with hats off to "Lost in Space"). 7.3 Seconds....
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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 3 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. "Could you repeat the question?" When you feel like grunting, let your computer be your user interface. 11.5 Seconds. Rock Lick. 0.9 Seconds. Snare. Drum solo for a nanosecond world. 0.9 Seconds. Sorry. Logana is getting impatient...
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Internet Multicasting Service SoundBytes, Volume 2 [ Volume 1 ][ Volume 2 ][ Volume 3 ] These carefully crafted audio sequences are brought to you by the Internet Multicasting Service for use in your user interface. Created by the team of Becknell and Lucas. You Can't Get There. Some connections simply weren't meant to be. 9.0 Seconds. Don't Panic! In a crisis, Logana refers to the cover of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," with hats off to Douglas Adams. 7.6 Seconds. Toilet...
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